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"Beware of pickpockets,Joshfua,"
said Joshua Barker's mother to
her son, when that interesting
young gentleman was about set
ting forth to visit his Aunt Betsev
Baker, w 11 o lived seventy-five
miles away, in the thriving little
village of Grayburg.
"Yes'am," responded Joshua du
tiflly, I'll kee my eyes peeled
for 'em. Guess if they kCtch this
child japping they'll rise airlier
6iantbey're use( to."
"That's right, my lzd. I allers
knowed vou was the smartest of
the family, Joshua, but I guess
when you coine to go about and
see things you'll turn out smart
er'n ever I thought. There is the
keers-comin' now. Look out and
hold tast to your valis.e! And
-dou'-t torget to be keerf*ul of ver
- fThe-'s watch, ad Oon't smoke
no cigars, nor drink no water with
o.lpking into it. Cause there
wadse.woman that I've heard sis
ter Betsy tell about, out there.
that drinked a live snake ! And
do try and not (irty more'n two
dickies:a: week ! It'll make it such
bard washing for your aunt, and
she's got the rheurmatiz,you know.
Now look out tor your pocket
book ! Tell Betsy to send up that
resate for color blue and making
that squinch sass-a n d-and
lordy ! here they be !' and with a
kiss that made the very locomo
tive give a Snort of amazement,
Mrs. Barker tore herself away.
Joshua seated himself in the
very middle of the ear-he had
heard it said that there was less
daueer there, and holding his va
lise in his lap, he put one hand on
hjs watch, and the other on his
pocket book, and mentaily defied
pickpockets. He had heard so
much of the dreadful doinIr in the
ears, that he thought it impossible
-to use too much nrecaution.
At the next station they took
up a rather pretty, but decidedly
nervous looking young !ady. in a
blue bonnet and pink dress. She
lised beside Joshua, and ask-2d
AJ"Is this seat engaged ?"
"No, not as I know of?' stam
mered Joshua, blushing up to his
hair. "Want to set down T'
"Thank Vou," and she sat down
so gracefolly that her expansive
crinoline spread entirely o v e r
Joshua's knees and valise, and
completely enveloped our perspi
ring hero in an avalanch of flounces,
shawl, ring and patchouly.
Both of the you ng people seemed
very much frightened. .b )slbua
began to fimger his pocket-book,
nervously shifting it from thence
to his ve-st, and finally depositinI
it in his hat, wishing at the samC
time he c-ould d-ur) i. into his Loo.
The young lady tilgettel, yed
ler- c-ompan ion askance-pu lled
her bonnet strings, and clutched'
tightly the hiandl!e of her r-eticu:le,
but after a little while, both seem
ed to got easier, and Joshua scr-ew
ed up) his cour-age to say some
"Flie day, marm."'
"Yes ; rather cool, though.
"That's a fact. Cooler- than it
"Yes, but not so cool as it wvas
"No, stree ! Terrible cold Fid~ay
last wvinter-, watrn't ther-e ?"
'Awful! was you out any ?
'Out ! I r-ather guess [~was in
the spruce swamp dr-iving old
Bu'nk and Br-oadl all day !-Golly
how~ the frost stool on 'em !"
"Yes, I think its likely."
A dead silence. At last, said
Joshua, with a desperate effort at
* "Going far ?"
"'You haint ! So be I, quite
contingency haint it ?" an d bothb
giggled. T hey wver-e, beginruiag t.
get better acquaintca.
Joshua took his hand away fromi
his watch and put it, around the
back of the seat.
--Going to stay there long, Miss?'
"A week, I guess. Be yon ?"
"About as long as you,; r'epond
ed .Joshua, letting his hand r-est
on the~ back of her- Highiland
shawl ; and feling very much as
he did when D)ceom .Jenners
caught him r-obbing his pet peam
tree. The young lady direw back.
"Law ! you musn't do so, :.
It haint proper'."
"I'd like to know what's to hm.
der ?" cried Joshua boldly.
"Folks wvill see us '" simpered
the young lady.
"Who keers!"- cried .Joshua.
"I'm twenty-One years old, and
got father's watch in my pocket
and ten d>llars besides!"' and Pnr
getting that he had deposited it
inhis hat, he felt for it im his pock
et. It was gone !
"Jerusalem ?" roared Joshua,
springing to his feet in terr-ibi
dilsmar'-'taint ther'e it s gone.
I've been robbed ! somebody's com.
mitted al-son on my perisonl and:
poeket !" he glared at the young~
lady by his side, who fromn somc
cause was getting as cecitedl as
himself, feeling first in he'- ;oc-ke
-med then in her reticulie
-You've g'Ot it ", ICu uered le
ni-lit have knoed you
warn'i t respect ab- ! I've hcered
marm say a hundred times that
o deCent woman ever wwmare o
Of' them na Ziteril. Y go' it
Vhi"e I was huggiig of you I
haint any biziness to ioug -,nother
.#al wben I'm keeping company
ivith Pe'er Ann Srgins ! en
dollars gn-tndllar:i thnt fia
ther t for the brin-i1e vail an'd
the enhSai! sheep! ila:n it over,
or by sessors, I'll sez-rbch yc if ye
be a Woman !
The young lair sprang up-h1er
fa-e red, her cve-elz:ng--she,
too h:i read til:he Ia)ers, a'1d b:ol
heard oi* pickpovket s.
An gry mn ii k a fearful siAit.
but ca begin to compare vith
an angry woran. And this one
WaIS ralping. She bran:Udishedl her.I
para.sol in one band and her rei
eule in the other.
You s ~ toln my portemon.
naie!" cried she. -You've took
the advaitage of an inijocent. tin
prote ct ed. fimal e, and pljiayed thle
part of a pickpocket ! I m-can thLe
piek of a part-pucket I 've re:e1d
about svelb as you in the 1;un;W/
(ar, te: ! I mi.-ht have knowed
yO-t Was One! I've heern say thie
al:s have red nose.,: .1' have
Vou arrested on the spot ! Con
ductor! heCre he0r ! T his white
ered rascal ha got IN por"Ctmonl
naie and Joe's mi.nnerature, and
he hiugged me ! and lie's got my)r
pocket hamkereber and al te O
turnovers that miarm put in for
my dinner, anid my pockets Clean
(olie ! oh, dcear dear! I wish I'd
staid1 at he !i
Doi' t eiieve a wurd sh.e sas
criod Juo-thiua, 's a lving ! She's
the one that's beon a ste:lin.1
the piecel my poc:k (eet of - vry
thlingl but father's watch :Zii a six
cent plu' of tobacco ! Sevho
search her ? Dear Suz! im
a-hanied of ny.elf! I w:s -o
sarting I could cut ny own C* fde:.
an1 look out my P'. and Q's
How I do wish marm wa helre!
She'd know just what to do l
sOc if1 Can't do soriething" and
Joshua began to elimb over the
back of the sIeat into the is1e.
The girl s-ized him by the coat
No vou (lon't ! scramtlcl she.
no t L. a Iong chalk :Youi think
rou'1re a gwie to "et of with mY
(thiu (1 ye ? 1 Iclet ve know
to thie coitrar ! YColl ;vish IYor
elke (o11 h,1 if V 1.o u do 'tdliver
t !Lhirl Stop him the'e, Se one
of yOu! 1 Nes g-iIe to ym oir
the keers with my vae
And I'il die if lie ;hal! 1' he
jumps theQr'i be two jumip! .S'l
Joe m cr Ionuor ! h's got1
Joe's. mlinera tre tiat eon 'I::
his rule lie buoimd shitrt on
to him: I say, stop him!
By this timei the w hile ear fuilI
0f pawsonigers were m-oised ti t
conitione of tinlgs. andl Ix is natu
iilin sc cas-es, thereo was. a di
v .ision of opinion. Somie t>ok ,-ides
w ith Joshu.a, and some w,ith the
in eldetr womani in spectacle'
-evidientlyI one A the si tr
minded pcies ne her ha:r-k
fiml againt 4thet dIor.eoifectU.dly
barinig the egress.
Joshua's1 seses b.egan to be
people wee benlin hi. m er an
Ithat' terribk yo'ung l bay ini pink
dress * was~' clin in til. I l-' cet
Srta. and his-pockect.bjook wa
oe.eIi IIe f. de-lerate.
*Standt aside, eve'ry~ oe of yo !
lie eriod to the pteol'e befo;re him;
andl just then the cars ga:ve at
lunge, as ears are in thc hai:t of
dloing. andit Joshiua went head first
againtst thle stom:the of a fat wo
mm> who ii:t! risen to see whiat
the imtter wai.
ThIle womian wVent o.ver, donnatI
wXenit over, so djie the yOunig hely
n pink, and the whole,e crowdI Fe
on the se at w here a very h>ving
couple. and( a lap dog weCre repos
[Te seat wvas squielchied. so were
t he lover' and tie dzog. and the
er rose1-i la-<t and fioul* ls
A colision ! TIhere is a coli
Everyotly sprang to their feet
an seize'd thiir (arpet bIs and~ (~
lth' comedy igh~t hiav.e becomie ai
tr iry if the cni'lne'->: ha-in!
u-I th.en ap1pearedt an1.i ritored
He1 shook .Joshu?.1: and! oriereel
t~e ung !alya t. KLit w andl
behave h erse!i.
.r1.1 na teeok t his hat to sra0:h
hishiead, aml lo! out dlr4pede the
IIaii Columrby ! E luribus Uiiion !
Thire e heers f'r the Constitution:
and the 1.ni1n1
A nd titey werce.given with
And about -the same ti me the
conductor pickedl up anodcrp
looking bat. fronm the tioe'r. The
young la'dy in pink ruishied forw ard
and seized it.
- \y pocket ! my pr.ket !I:
Oh, haint I Ia ppy t And1 0 JOCS
mi incrature all .afe!
e dts s1kc haids!' said Josh
r11 II' I
pic-kipocketL nd you 1-aint a piv-k- p)
pockekt ; !nd! Ly 1gally, 1"11 h.ave a ti
And he did.
TAhe Ruts of Lifo.
Get ou. 0 them if vol vish to
live onI . Mei, and wmen mst r
havo reireation. must, haVu aninsv- I.
m1"ent, 'l'ust have diversion. 1 is
wloesola jor the m1lind to rI'evak
awvay from its daily vocation 0* o
e'Mpl1 men every nih.Te
m1anI who g)UN f.romn his couIntinl-,- t!
house or his wo1-:-hop at the n
Cloe Of' t he wd1'y. and do1'su not leave t
it behind h11Im, but sit.; at the fi:n
over pas t occurArencii e.'t weigi:.
proba iles n in conjectures.,:
laying Ilans. ald whun I he mual is I
ov r nits thinking Lhinking, t hia.- r
i:.b th hl . an.1i g es to bed I
to tuss :awl IrMh t01 worry 1M
cannot HiV buy, NO hb lr or the l
Ia the M ndl ha i(o'b tl N:ghe : r<
110.0 .1. d over 1,11s Iade of, Hine- !
stolic ;t -xiwh eis ha erun inl the1C 0:
s:ulne tralk fo-tr geortos:11"(1 b;
have so worn int thu solid St1on- 1
thL thie l1Ou os e e r S iCCt.
mindr,r n I -n t ie h. i l r bily rI
CaIro, !kts to rzn I: a partiu lar o
t rack :in -Ather Case, Ihe "tmenp- 1
tIl0is 1%ru of S l l an ll 'erable '
sameness fArm one yvar'scoM eri o
ancther lht i:s workin: s beColnes
mecha ie: Z.AI out Uf these lins
theY c:umot work at a1 ; mn
the stlpidiy esh0 a large por1
t0on of the fu m'*ing popilhttimn ol"
a ll n i c . i eIs!-tra.ants of EnH - j
Qland and lreland. Frace :! coaI, d crI-.
many :ni !bsi swell.
And wur wvives. i olage towns it
and1cties sweepl and du.st and ar- o
range. and wash and sew and pro- it
vide. inl wine inlce:Sant round, S11m1- b
mlerl and winlter. -No %vonldr. they V,
Zr1o 1lhin ."a e worn, 1Ldl(
weak :'wl nrvous. G et ou t )I t
rmts, all of y on; pay a nvi;hJY C,
visit I e:111%'e ni t illn w Or '*()' 2
tw.o afternlo(.ns let there be a "let b
t! 01n Q oftellt, r0:1301, twoU a
or throe i urs a w :.V :iLI t!h-ru s
wil 1 no OnI hOL by it in thV *
loi.. ru Or is 1wives :wtivily tp (:
he : nan : it cultiva S tile
a'ecio s; it r.ple y I *%%l- f
thmn it e::r i . c m :rw n i
Jewts :it nuakes a m:ai morc in:udy;
Tlie Tower of Babl. -
A write1'r deibS'es thei res
appear:uweli' ofl a prlace wherei lair
.Ie L riele of Ilin ll ilb' we x
we'e ait the' foot of Bier21 Nirol tn
Ur ho'e'rIO!l 0eet werii tnunpin
(In ther'" 'ranse(l ~ ' of br ik r wh'ich .
'''owed hr e x':iux nld ti r S('rt iu.(n
tn' le aceLu'il.lIl.St allt l'2
If a. Hor)ueh ur yes.''hd- uproe
Ireatk 'i irMill -' earti i :lrien and a
t1ne UHla 'C1 t ile iL('er ofl l >a uel, r'
e:xrt had v:rUnW y 'oped, tor)' se. tirt
huieb1rx Hean asre t'als. lit, wasd I
that1 Nebuc 'hanezzar b101uilt-fC11r e
b r)Ink bealt11 liri leIS heerjll t
I i':nd ill' Sh i: I . A 0 1 he top81 ofr
war ~'IW !rxcrees tle aim:l'ae 5cC
veI1rr l'Ile" s--ht ase. Sias:.'Ie
'lltrI i n ie--tI la were 'tllOroti1 -
(':LInril d. li tl ehrI mtal 'L" oI "
mo re~ x\ln II our11 t IIai I yers
\go I i c ert lrc'1r;'lii 5lls Serrlh I
1rcI'')I0 t li sumnlitr of s' t LIII L li I
('I' lin) b !'i hlt, l a s au srtr. I m hi
(Ih'led dome of a1C mosque, tiit a
ja'ght. and tie''eeti'i l tIe 'rays of
trrr)le l i: nli sil 'IIrt tifl v
i'dee tale tollh' ot' thle lIr
sli To lay befoare ot hI i at srome '
aperioel oIx' lii's''i'e :1 Isi i h e eti1
a:roun ther atrsme tre o rLoth
er. I to hend 'L h s odi av counhis
hred. Astediydsr of every.:a '
devo'tc') ..\ax'nI nedn.'' " 3r.e Ll
..... i "pi hee h ]x
cf ranrge :rre"a Cl ila 'ure lalsnt:ce
rhal Itrt il th Occured i te r- a
'o'chayrdsCt in trhl trk2 of teha!
pit 1-ake City and its Sur
!.larctus, the travelirg, corres
)nlent of the Aulgista, Con4tit
oldfurnishes the, following
-.resing~ account, iider date of
.lt I.ako City. An 3,st I, 1S71:
his city is one of the most at
'active places in the West, anid,
IWe tle c!,mpletion of the rail
wll. has ecomle tle resort of a
.rge 11umb1.yer Of people from1 Jif
relt p.rts of the world, who are
'ought her-e eithler by curiosity
r business. The Mormon leaders
rtailyi exCTi.sed grCat skill in
w' slectiion of tle spot for their.
iture liome. after beingeonpelled
Sle:ve leir last 'abiding plhice.
he situYatio of the citv i., said to
are lncli inwiented to Bhigham
on1g by an angel, who, sef-1
Atas tle spirit. of Joseph
iith . the fther of Mormonism.
lis in an angle of the Walh
hc ntains, ele:s to theu fo'ot
the Northrni h!lls, an the YXl
v is one of tle most beautiful
o mind can oICCiVef beiHg Rsir
mIldeul by sconery ho1d iiti
ipressive, with the rugged peaks
the Wahisatcl range, formrig a
krund, iier hea Is i Ift ed
nte the clouIs and the gorgea
iled with snow wliich the sun
ght cannot melt. The city, at
resent. has twety blocks, con-*
ining ten acres each. the streets
muinimg at right ahn,les to eacib
r, and beautifilil shuied with
h sgaaxre. ) abunid in orchars
peaChAles, apples, pwars :1nd" othier
Uits. while flowers are to be s!evn
Some of* them as rich arid fra
rant as those of a more sunny
ii e. The taile. tle grewLt
h~u:ium .w!r:m," iS just abov
re grouind althoungh. as Pedonsi t
ounginfrmste,they h::ve be
ore than ter years eng.'0ged in
s Construction. It is to be built
a bea(Itifl ight-clored graln
., 'which is brought sixteen miles
y wagon. When'i comp'lete, it
-ill be 186. fect fiOm EIst to
est. anl .99 feet from North to
outh ; xvill have three towers at
V.!i Id two of which will be
25 eet in height. The ldin
not. to Lie u4%ed for purios(7ei '
u1blie vorslhip, bt:t lotr the ies
nA evremo.lics of the ei:rch
iel a bptismrns, anointing' r&.
:u time has been ixed for it'
MIltion. and from pr'eln ap
ear,ances years will roil by bv
>re it assumeS its comNruited
b:ipe and form.
The tabernaele i, one of tle
ist wvoriler:i' hari1lblings I have
VI, secn. Its roof is eg-shaped,
!i: is covereid with 3.500.iM0A hiln
L'S. I t i- 250 Get long. 150 Weie
nd when full will hold about 15.
OU people. The singlu roof'
said to be the largest inthe
(rd :alcrtainlyr nothlinrg inl
his count ry'x begins to nip;iivaebi it
size. T'he wxals consi-t o' for'ty
ix Cobnnis (f cut sr lstore 'nrm
~hiehr the roof' srmgis w.ith its
nbIroknc'i ai'rh. I ian ordimu-rv
imie of' voice, at spr'akei' enn1 be
iot il hearid at tire extreme eiL nd
ftIhe huiMinig. so fine are its
(conlstic'S. TIhe or'gan wvas hin it
v .Mor:norn artificers. out oif mate
ial ob ained hre. excep1tinig lie
s pe5'. m11! is t lhe t hlirdl ho-r est ini
bie 'iited States-thre nost<m or
ant andi tIhe one at Deceb'er"s
bureh being Iargeri; bat both of
hese, I believe wxer'e broughlt
om Eu rope. Th Ie tories are ful.
ounud and ery pret. anid te
rnda'i' we attenduedl chiir;eb arbled
nebi ~t thle imnpressivxeness of' thle
'1'hiere is a ti heat r' here. samrie
lng on trie l)Ur'ie sty'le of' ar'chii
L'(t iir'e. wh tich will hldI abouit
.000( peoplIe. We we' t theire to
a r thrii'eei negr'oes, twxxo girl's andi
:hichl thiy\ trmde perfi'ect ramilure'S
ut nev'erthieless'-received muchil
pplaus( t'from the audien-ce. con
stinig of a f'ewx husbsandis. mnyi
rough''lt to indui .irtema is War's
ltl( le of eomplimen t ry ticket attir
e had een oce imposedL'' upon:
.dmit t he hear'erand or ;t ld//
e. and~ co'ist 870J.00f)i. Bigh 'Iam
'Iloiun ' reiden'Ice. calleid the' Lion
ouse. ti'omn the cair'ved liar of
iion inl fron)t. is onle of tihe finesL'
uilingsL~' in thei cty, anid is tori
eted wvith ithe tithing. teLerapilh
nd private ('ii'es. 51) th 't every
biig is unider his own ye.Th
lIois have many( elegan t - tore
eri', where' every'thi ng cani lbe
ii'chlasedr. from t be r'ares't liuxI
IIS to thle artiecs of l'rime) nec'(s
t '. Th'lex are al1 bran'chesit' of
n~ e parenit stor'e. and belongii to
nassoci at on~ of whliichi ir ihim
ioung4 is Pre's'~ient. Each(' store
cootr'olled by a super''' teident.
nd the profits of tIhe buses are
-ideLd out every qurarter. ndx we
m're told amnounted to bout
wety-tiVe per' cent. net' per -
umi. ~Over each of thee trer
igri can be seen. conisiting~ 0f an
'e surrunded hr r'ax'. and0 the
--'s.'holness to the LAord.
reetecd to trae with eleh other,
And to let the "Gentiles alone,
which direction many of them
,>bey. and thereby incur the i!!
will and efirsee Ut the atforceaid
Genrtiles." As it very rarely
s lowers here, there having been
but tihree good ralIns this year,
Slie people are supplied with water
froimi a cool, jimpid monlitain
stream, which is Caried through
thlie StreTS ieVails of dith('hes cut
an ei ther'I' Side, anld Ol di!1'eI'Cnt
Jays of the week a man goes
Aounld to inform el.-ain of the
people that they may turn the
ater in their lots for two or
three hours, anil thius every one
has his supply furnished withou.'1t
interforing with the wanis of oti
ers. The city being built T:ostly
:f' stone and iadobes," (sui- ried
brick,) with numerouils shade trees.
11(1 this delighIttfil s Lr0:un of wa
ter flowing through all thestreets.
presents an air a iescrib
onfort, peace and heith. it cer
tainly is onc of tho cle:mo,e. mel
elt laid ont cities cn the conti
ntand el wCit h its 25.0)0 in
babitants does not rermire the ser
'ie of any policeene. on the
streets either during the day olr
ight. It is imnpossil!e to go much
IltO detail inl a de'etription 0f the
:'-itv without ext endin my letter
to an ,nIwriatb lenarrah, aid
Lheriefore pass on to other niart (''s.
Near the city are the celebrated
Ilot Sillphuri- Spring:, w iie e
water f!oxu- fAom the side or thc
mountAin at a. temperature of
MUbou I02 F. butt this is reduced
to about Si F. when it reaebeiithe
baths. Large numbers, both
stLrangers and 21ormlon is hat he
here every day, and nothing is
pdeasanter than a bath of about
ifteen minutes in those - h:h
giving waters. To ren:,in Iong or
thaii that, Ihowever, seems to do
party learntiel to hi. sorro..... The
sring house, however.i hs ai.
apartment for ladies. and the day
we were there twelve of the Pres.
ideit's daughters were enioying a
bath. They tell me the waters
.ere once '11uclh warmer th:n
now, and that when ie "gold
fever" was high in Califria, a
piarty of rilners, on their .urney
WCe-t ward, stopped over ih irht n"e'lr.
the springs, ald o; CILthe toai
slers, having heard that the
sri'gs wer used by the ior
inol.s o vpreserve themselves InI
]erelinIi:l y'outhi, res'dvedr to try
thbe expe rimenrt on hiimself. When
lie reaceel the wak-r. le finind it
m1"uCh hot ter than be il'i exnieet
ed, but lie s!i'l be1 conhl stand
zznythin:g a Mo3rimon coiih!.aml
plunged in. ie eanm out ii,tant
ly. however. 1o'kin.g like a holled
lobster, and in a cundit iui to be
We spont a delight fiil day at
reat Salt Lake-the D%eadl SeA of
Amzrerie:-ain foundi it all that
had. been r'epresen tedl. It is, in
deed, one of the wonrders otf thle
world. It has no visihle outlet.
and is, doubtless, the remains of!
somie vasit seu. for' the water
marks ate stith vi-ibile high up onr
the sides ot the lilnitainis whir-h
surrmuu:l it. It has a nniber of
roc'kY ishtin us. upon one of whtichi
ie "eimrreb; eni tie" are kept It
is sail to be abot 125 ile ks long
by forty-five wbh-, without a liv
inig thing ini ' wwti' e o werds;
noiing. to give~ a~ vibiration to its
currents or one Il-lie thiroc to
its br'iny~- boso,nu It is ab-solutely)
dead, nd lies there in the sun-ii
shinei. like a1 cied ofi bunihed'l
ter desolation, aml i'emind.s oee
so l'>reiblAy of' ruin anid death that
he heart grows taint as thle eye
w;aideris over' its imot iiLess sur!
facee. A long the shores biushiel af
ter bushel of' salt. can be seen, anm
thle 31ormons eart it oli to t he
city aind use it lor' pireserv:nrg
umneats, &c. When the rates over
lie railrmoad are reducned, it wil
b(eomle a sour ice of eoinsiderable
reveii ire to tieii, n' I ey have
now pu1t UP ) some! v'ati neart t he
lke shiore to in crease thle supplyI.
They claim its waters wit make
neariv a ploundl of salt to the g:l
lon, ~ .t ~ is cer'tainily' bony;ant
enough to ret aini the ii hmain bidy,
for', after siniking to about t;
neck:. we w;al ked n the wvater lor
a lon' instance, wiouit any; trou
le or djfiienhv. The beachl. at
w hat is cal led llack 1hoek. about
twenityx mules fromif the city., is the
best plhace to bathe. as the dlescenrt
is gradual anid the bott'rilfe
soreis of thre take Uin me h'
are litenrally co'.er'ed with very
smnall blackt fies. wvhi e ppeanr to
live on the salt or a:t ed
They rise up' when Vou appoahen
in perfect cloud . and i ri i'eni'es
the most vig"orot'us '~5! b rig to
keep them out of yor e:Ur;imouth,
nose aind eye. I am tol.1 they
are here in 'arger numbers thits
vear than ever befo,re. The r'ivers
Jordan, which we crossed. and in
wose waters wve dipped our
hands, Weber, Bear and other
smailIl streams flow inito the lake,
and it is said to be a well known
fct, that while the water does
,-;-.': Ke fr.she: its ro':me is
a grater dteptl Iow b>y tw,2lv(
Ceet than thit.ere was twonty v=ear
ago. >me ay that in time0 il
i c v thc C:t:;'c v,alle . as il
did inl formler days., a:nd drowr.
out the. wh11oe 1c _M,rno l"I( 1 Settle. 1
men;t. This a-sserton however
is ilade by - v ntiles, as they arc
',alled. Tho Hornions do noit
seCm1 to apprAiend anY sieh rc
sat.anlrgadthersn of tht
Wa0clr With mnuch in.l!l en,
T Mrmlns raise wheat. rye,
ouIts. Corn. potatoes. ie aly all th.
various vegetables and with I heh
Mrch:u-ds,Il tispply every want
:ni when we remember thLatin
18. when they arrved here. thi
1u!ate and all the ot herScttlemenUt
wecre wild and un"broken ecoun1trv,
it bvvnmes a matter of great :i+
totishnt tVthat tIw haeve:LL made
snl l }r 'ress anldi att:,illed .tilo
eme propert :d te
CTS are In.!e by upmans of ir
ti:hui the !a 't h !a;
reunliire d t'. prn"dnee OwhIm wx n 1)1
st. r t :- r ifn M ' t l
hand to em yng o d> do Lit
wr.Yet ths woe etaf,
ing up in their -Tithing Houme
~ iunen . e q niii of' n i* gran :b
f hO r thi 1m iti m t h
rashopper.,; deutroy their ertyp,
and thewv have evver:d tiM hmer
rav::4 t thevers ofstarv,
tion :hbut now tl at th he rai
ro:! is Ope , wuch a cOnlitilln i.
no 'iJii . .1 "CH Itn.kmi
that when tiow plan'te-d 11t isi
tro s).s t he itshoppers e f ir
larg n:nbes ad bganto deQ
st roy tivm , l.e inmplu
o ;e Iu Ils appeared :)vzuniba t
devor te ges-opprs.They sa%
,1t 1s ! a t un il iti . 11. ci
vomi upt- me'r''!d :ui.' br:i:
a.ain. T ove If'aV. wa 1 co
tinnu d nliltil t11e - r s h e r
Wer!e alm. destL-o%cd. andl was re
"..rded a a die interp:ition o
(Wd in Suypart of M..rmnonikm.
' he m :tI her: q-* tan c ' is o
gnldt siver, le:d. iron hnd corOpe
Thle cipr- ores are s> varim.
that in the munseuM hee can h<
sUn perl'eut flower gardenl o
COlors m1:ol'o bv ci'mnbining- the d!it
ne!dmnTch nulntion).. and al
(ideloping Ct m. L nioL. a
the muountains are Al of poph
trying thOi- luck at tisk M!slu
cc'rtai imnsiness . The10 " "num
31lie. one oI* the lar0 s ye
aCUOUn1t Of the dLkWuiy Af phill
Idn-- the ort. An-:n thle mlountains
It wvas r.;nLyv s1h:b its 11:-6
owners Or Oer 1l"MO,KI" ingM
A Remarkable Case.
It will be remembreed by om
etizensq that somc weeks ago the
Whole city was shoc'ed to hear of
the extraordinary and (as it was
then supposed) faltal accident to
t lteurv Schiffer Kohn, a very
nielligen t boy, gimt &ei lt year's
(f 'e, and t he sou of one of rur
(o.lt raspcetable Im 0 1e - 11 a 11 t s.
bie at play with, Some colijpa
nl!:' wn a she0d near Court street.
an1d while sliding from the sh1ed
(OW)n .1 Stout piece of se.nting,a
terriesplinter became disentred
from tile main trunk, and inflicted
a wmniff, from which his recoverv
has been little short of a niracle.
The cnse is certainiv a cnrious and
interesting one, both in its surgical
and other aspects. The injury
was inflieted I)v a routrh SwordI
shred splinteT. three guarters of
in inch in di:unetet at the larger
en. an,! twenLy one inces in
legh. 'ie Io or spinter en- i
ktred the doinal cavity ab.o ut
un inlch l'nI a lialftabove the grotin.
lln!d passill up w-d. Cm1erged1 from
the body ju.st behing the collar
hone, hiI%v:vY between the neck
:111d1 point of shoulderj.-There was
1o aiparellt wolind of' the intes
linesol anyv abdvinal organ, but
the splitter passed up thriough
the iaphagm neilungsfrIomn base.
to z;eg. just mising the eIrt and
inudiach-alter the Occur
r enl - of tis alarmiing~ accident.
lb-.. . F. JOhnSton waOs called to
bhe patent. and on asCertairling
Itill natu.lre otf the frightu'ful wonm!.
- an apopling such remnedy as the
state o! the ease t1hen called for,
he l sumn>d IDr. G.astorl, one of
-,the mlost acc-, )mp:ledf surgeons
If the State, into conLsltation.
IDrs. Gaston i!n.d johnston then
pre(ded. wi thi gteat skill and
S"Cceoss, to remove the splinter
'rmi the body. We understood
thl't t :ere was i:ot a very copiols
i tLYnsioll of blo; bt:t escape of
air frioll tile tpper orific-e of the
wouMni altl the expectoration of
b!od indicated the wounding of
1ut :tralge to stv, titr a iht
Stever for a dav two, the brave lit
Se suffe.:re r, Jinder':he0 judicious
- reat Il lit of his plysicialls alnd
wthe vis medicatrix natuir-, began
ato recover, and1 S ll now conival
I es'Cent. Dr. Jonston a few days
t a:ro reinoved ai small fragment of
Ith.n fo,rm thet lower part Of
the wV(olnd, w;.eli hal occasioned
sit irritation, and the w,und
alsrai ly anfinlally hlealing. It
t eall tppears to us that after sneh
. .1 r"COVter as this n1o One ieed
?r hfdily Perforatioin. The case.
n onr jadLment. reflects thle hi gh
St Crl-it oil tLhe doctors in at
Iend ane an' on tho 111ellical pro
. in Mon1tgolerv. which ve
f have al ways uizaitned is c al
I in -kill :811 acqluiremfentLs to~the
i nor:h or sothl of us.-M..lonmery
Sparkiing Kate Stanton.
A (oo i) storly is toild of the
spark'u lng Miss l\ate Stanton, of
un hjn!y 1 . ahO is announced t
n 'r0:n subj't , "Whom108 to
cry,"l' to thi eee Some two
SNew o r. 4ei( was( imp-or tune
h- is 'I.r) to umrry~l him:; anud itl'
till. .Ilgt.ly out of patience w.'ithI
hI- ) pre..in.r suit t.>r the twentiethI
haLve de'lined' to ace!pt yo8lr offer
for1 a~ sior af in:. 'rt:lyan
tno u'se .lo know I like you1 a
s .eeranI e is worthy of reward,
I ifrait efiuy aIckn1owledge. Well,
thee' ':e at le:st forty -good men
au-1 tru'il. on the same phlene in my
affleetionsl with you'l. 'T) be per
'I iyt. I suppose'1 I mulhst ne
* lipt I t ir-t proposer-Xin poin08t 1f
timlue, first; when' lie dies, the next.
anld sot on-. Yo.u r.re about thle
V oul beI I pailnt. and. make mec
love you toIl 11) r [ wiU muarry filr
lTv onl . ' : eyo ny u
Stl'l p- . Ti 'ie n, il atnd is salid 1o
.be wv::1 pa'ti ently. :tl t.oug~h she
has n '.Il Ve. 01l' eeurSI, Ve1eptedl
the first sutlr. .iiohn is not a
lawver: Mis S~ttoni us: that is,
bl u it i" supposed i that .John in
. .ening.( Ivellooked-the fact thalit
- hta-alwe M.ae Statonwtlo
~~i... in ganer.
e - -_ _ _ _ _ _
A carr.o o4 coo Ha:1e moni1:erV, :11 intended
Idj8 fojoe p, were I..dcd an New York
"An taitor in kieaven,.
Aprop6s to an article going th
rounds undbr be dbovo headin.r,
ar. e.xcbange prcsent te follov..'
Once upon a tirc after thd de
mise of one of the corps editorial.
he presented himselfat the gate (i
the Golden city, afid 6ese:i
mission. The door keeper aske.
him what had been his occupatim.
whie on terra firma? He replied .e
had be2n an editor.
"Well," said the watchman, "w!
have a crowd of your kind her..
nowi and they all came in as 'de.l
heads.' If you pay your passag
you can come in ; if not, you must
lace yourielf under the control of
a peirsunage you ruled tyrariicalk
down below"-meaning the devi.
Not hving thie wlierewiti to.
,o in, our brother of the quill and
seiSSOrS posted off, and presented
himself at the ent.rance of Clooties
ark domains. A very daik com
lexioned gentleman stood sentry,
and asked in a gruff voice. 'Who
L: IlCS ?'
"An hui mble disciple of Faust,"
was the calm reply. . . .
"Then hold on you can't be ad
mitted," exclaimed the g'dntlenian
in black evinng cdnsderable :ig
itation, :nd flertely dlirj upon
"Wh* ho?" demanded the typo,
who began to get some huffish,
and looked around foi a 'ep
foot' with which to torce ai 6n
"kel!, sir." replied his iMblo
mnjesty. "we let one of you-, pro
fession in here many years ago,
and he kept up a continual row
with his triner delinqne!I'0 su.
scribers, and as we have mor,e of
that class of persons here than .any
other, we have passed a Inv pro
hibiting the admission of any edi
itors; only those who have ad
van!ced our interest in their pa
pers on earth, and even those we
keep in a separate room.by fC '
selves. You in.ve pibblishcd many
things operating against us, and'
alwa) s blamed the devil witk
everything that went wrong so
yod can't come in. I#Ve enfordo
this fele without respect to per
soI's, for cur ovn peauce and stfety.
Castn-' a droll le Crf theOut
side sentineli ci' p6gZ1I'
friend started on again, deter
mined to get above. This time,
he took with him an old file of hiW'
pIaper, and presenting it to th*
gIardian of the celestial city,:re
quested that it might be carefully
examined, and they could see whe
tlier he was entitled to a free ticket;
In due course of time thi con
ductor caie along and took him'
in, telling him that he had been a
martyr to the e'e of human im
provermient, and that resolutions'
had been passed to admit all mniem
bers of' the art preservative who
h::d abused the devil while below.
Ie added that as they weire pun.
i-hed enough by being with tho
~devil,' al Lheir tue pufnishm'ei:3
is commu ted. IIe farther stated
that not one delinquent newspaper
subscriber emMd' be fonted in iHe:.
Ir.-If we couldJ only ren'd ecl
other's hearts we shoudi L kind
er1 to eachl other. If wve knew the
woes and hit ter'ness and physica[
annoyance of our n.eighbors. we
should make u! wances for themr
which we (10 not now. We go
about masker!,.uttering stereoty ped
sen timennts. hiding our zh;eart-pangs
and ourt headlaches as carefully as
ve can ; anid yet we wonder' that
others do not discover them by in.
tuition. We cover our best feel
ings fronm the ligh'.-we do not so
concea'l our resentments atnd our
-ilie, of 0;Iii . are prone to
be pr;n.!. Life is a masquera'da
at which fd ininask; .ven t(o
thiri verf dearest. :'nU though
thr i ned of mnuch reisk'ir~g
woub! to 'heaven we dared sho4w
01r rea facI e from birth to death,
foir then some few, at least, wcr:
truly h.:'v er.ch other.
( IPar'th awl llome.
It is a beautiful truth that fi"
''founa!:tion of domestic hapines
is faithl in the vir'tue of womaa
the fi>ulndation of politcal happ
ness, contidlence in the integri-t'7
of' man ;tIhe foundation of a1!' ap
ines: temr:d and eternal, re~
ian,ce on~ the goodnes,s (f Gsod.'
M r.yrm.n pn s lifty o -sixty years i
tew, rM, nod)f whenCf they are just g'ir a
.mtt of it thee bethink theme lv.4~ es :'
se: b'ck, ais 'it w~ere, to do someithi -
wich they had all the whie foritten -
to wit, the nmin bu.iness for which t'i
came into the wold-to repe:it of th<
sins, and reformn their lives, anid m'ak
t'eir peace with G2d, and in tim..: plc
pare for eter'nity.
.\ lary wri-es to onie of the soci tv
napers that the old ian th:at person
couhl not entertnin their fr iends w ithoart
6err.ina th<6r houses into a restaurant'
beginning to die out among sen.,ible peo
pie, anid entertainments w herceonly cak.
and l.-monade are paslSI around' will be
consilered more se'lect thnan the big sup'
It is comprlined 'hat the heaJrs are so ri'